SOPRA-ISO is a rigid polyisocyanurate thermal insulation panel for use in approved multi-ply membrane and flashing assemblies. SOPRA-ISO is composed of closed cell polyisocyanurate foam bonded to fiber reinforced/organic mat facers on the top and underside. Available in both board stock and tapered panels.
- Material Polyisocyanurate
- Use Insulation
Prior to installation, ensure all SOPRA-ISO panels have not been subject to moisture. Place SOPRA-ISO in an offset or staggered pattern to ensure board joints are not overlapping in multilayer assemblies. Apply to approved substrate via DUOTACK adhesive following manufacturer specifications. SOPRA-ISO may also be mechanically fastened to approved substrates. Refer to the SOPREMA SBS Roofing Guide for additional application guidelines.
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